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Parliament will look into Mahsa Amini’s death
As several Iranian officials stressed the importance of looking into the death of Mahsa Amini, the Iranian Parliament speaker echoed the calls for rigorous investigation and follow-up of the case in detail.
Police file terrorism charges against Pakistan’s Imran Khan
Pakistani police have filed terrorism charges against former prime minister Imran Khan, authorities said Monday, escalating political tensions in the country as the ousted premier holds mass rallies seeking to return to office.
Provincial police: Six armed criminals killed, narcotics seized in SE Iran
Six armed criminals have been killed during a clash with police forces in Iran’s southeastern province of Kerman, said the provincial police.
Police arrest suspect after gunman kills six at US July 4 parade
Police arrested a suspect Monday after a mass shooting left six dead at a US Independence Day parade in a wealthy Chicago suburb, casting a dark shadow over the country's most patriotic holiday.
Police inaction moves to center of Texas school shooting probe
The actions — or more notably, the inaction — of a school district police chief and other law enforcement officers moved swiftly to the center of the investigation into this week’s shocking school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
New officers graduate from Afghan National Police Academy
A total of 377 recruits graduated as police officers from the Afghan National Police Academy at a ceremony on Saturday.
New Zealand's parliament protest ends with clashes, arrests
New Zealand police on Wednesday ended an anti-vaccine mandate protest that had disrupted the capital for the past three weeks, dismantling an encampment outside parliament, towing away vehicles and arresting dozens.
Three US ex-cops convicted of rights violations in George Floyd killing
Three former Minneapolis police officers were convicted of violating George Floyd’s civil rights, as a federal jury rejected their arguments that inexperience, improper training or the distraction of shouting bystanders excused them from failing to prevent Mr. Floyd’s killing.
Nepal police fire tear gas, water cannon to disperse protest of U.S.-funded projects
Police in Kathmandu fired tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters opposed to a U.S.-funded infrastructure program that was set to be presented in parliament for ratification on Sunday, witnesses and officials in Nepal's capital said.
Police arrest protesters that remain at U.S.-Canada bridge
Police moved in to clear and arrest the remaining protesters opposed to COVID-19 vaccine mandates and other restrictions near a key U.S.-Canadian border bridge early Sunday.
British PM told to quit if fined by police and keep out of new Met chief search
Tory MPs warned that Boris Johnson must not fight to stay on as British prime minister if he is fined by police over Downing Street parties.
US boy, police officer team up to help comfort children at crime scenes
For the last three years, Travis Koch, a police officer from Hohenwald, Tennessee, the US, has kept a stash of stuffed animals in the back of his patrol car. He gives them out as a form of love and comfort if he’s called to a scene involving kids.
Dutch police open fire on COVID lockdown protesters as European nations reintroduce restrictions
Police opened fire on anti-lockdown protesters in the Dutch city of Rotterdam Friday as several European cities braced for further demonstrations against new COVID restrictions.
Palestinians condemn Israeli bill giving broad powers to police
Israel is taking steps towards over-policing and increasing its surveillance of the Palestinian population under the pretext of curbing the high crime rate within the community, Palestinians said.
Police seize over 1.5 tons of narcotics in SE Iran
The Commander of police forces in southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan announced the arrest of three drug traffickers and seizure of 1,557 kilograms of illicit drugs.

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